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BEIJING—China plans to clamp tighter controls on Chinese companies seeking to invest overseas, in an effort to slow a surge in capital fleeing offshore, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter and documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
The State Council, China's cabinet, is set to announce soon a series of measures that would subject many overseas deals to stricter regulatory oversight, the people said.
According to the pending measures, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, China'sCommerce Ministry and the top economic planning agency are to impose "strict controls" over "extra-large" foreign acquisitions valued at $10 billion or more per...
By Zhang Jie – Chinese outbound real estate investment has slowed down, and Chinese enterprises nowtend to invest in global gateway cities which have good infrastructure.
According to property consultancy Knight Frank, the outbound investment in the realestate market was $10.7 billion in the first half of this year, a 13.6 percent drop from the sameperiod of last year.
Because of increased uncertainties in the global real estate market, 84 percent of the moneyhas been invested in New York, London, Sydney, Melbourne, and Hong Kong. During thesame period last year, the figure was 42 percent.
The US remains the top destination for Chinese capital, having...
Aluminium prices fell to two-week lows due to worries about Chinese producers ramping up output and adding to the surplus being created by semi-finished products being remelted.
Benchmark aluminium on the London Metal Exchange ended down 0.9 per cent at $US1660.5 a tonne from an earlier $US1647, its lowest since September 28.
China accounts for more than half of global aluminium production estimated this year at around 58 million tonnes. It makes more than it needs and exports the surplus.
"Production of primary aluminium is coming back in China. There is a surplus of aluminium semis, which are being remelted," said Carsten Menke, analyst at Julius...
Several listed companies of Sinochem Group and China National Chemical Corporation (ChemChina) have denied rumors that the two State-owned chemical companies would merge, Shanghai Securities News reported on Monday.
"So far, ChemChina, listed companies and related shareholders have not received any written or spoken information about the rumored merger, and haven't announced the intent to any department or enterprise", Shenyang Chemical Co Ltd, a subsidiary of ChemChina said in a statement filed with the stock exchange.
ChemChina's other subsidiaries, Bluestar Adisseo Co, Qingdao Tianhua Institute of Chemistry Engineering Co Ltd, Aeolus Tyre Co Ltd, Sichuan Tianyi Science &...
BEIJING - China's Ministry of Finance on Thursday published a new group of public-private partnership (PPP) demonstration projects with a total investment value of 1.17 trillion yuan (174.6 billion U.S. dollars).
This is the third batch of such demonstration projects following two groups of projects worth 658.9 billion yuan in 2015 and 180 billion yuan in 2014, as the country tries to stimulate social capital to battle the economic downturn.
The 516 newly-announced projects cover energy, transport, water conservation, agriculture and education, the ministry said.
PPPs are collaborative projects between government and private companies.